Twenty years after the trial of Tom Robinson, Scout returns home to Maycomb to visit her father and struggles with personal and political issues as her small Alabama town adjusts to the turbulent events beginning to transform the United States in the mid-1950s. For more information, please contact Friends of the Library president Toni Siriani. Reserve it!
Tuesday, August 25 @ 6:30pm
Dr. David B. Tuchinsky, D.C., PLLC, Functional Medicine author and speaker, will give a presentation for those suffering from mental and neurological health disorders. We will be presenting the latest evidence based information in a simple and highly actionable way. Leave with lots of great information and tips on how to improve your current approach. You will be given an immediate action plan to regain your health and vitality. You can use this approach to complement your medication or to help you uncover some of the underlying mechanisms that are causing your problems.
Monday, August 17 @ 6:30pm
Explore the ancient art of Middle Eastern Bellydance with instructor Liz Boyett of St. Augustine Bellydance. This Bellydance Basics class will focus on understanding beginner technique and creative expression. No previous dance experience is necessary, and all ages are welcome. Please wear comfortable, non-restrictive clothing and bring water.
Tuesday, August 25 @ 2pm
Meatless Monday on a Tuesday: Learn the health benefits of eating less meat and how to incorporate Meatless Monday into your week! Learn how you can better manage your nutrition and take back your life! Join us for our monthly nutrition program with registered dietician, Ellen Hawkes, MS, RD. This program is free and open to the public.
Wednesday, July 22 @ 2pm
Why fiber is good for you: Learn why adding more fiber to your diet is important for improving your health and your waistline! Learn how you can better manage your nutrition and take back your life! Join us for our monthly nutrition program with registered dietician, Ellen Hawkes, MS, RD. This program is free and open to the public.
Saturday, August 15 @ 10am
Editor, writer, and publisher Nancy Quatrano will present The Scoop on Backstory: 10 Tips to Develop and Use it Effectively. The difference between average characters and an average manuscript can often be the difference between employing the right type and amount of back story, at the right time. We all know our characters weren’t born yesterday, and that we’re all products of our past, but how much past is too much? The workshop will include character development worksheets and a tip sheet to help you develop your “backstory muscles” so that this very important craft tool will make your work shine.
This meeting is sponsored by the Florida Writers Association/Ancient City Chapter and the Friends of the Main Library St. Augustine. All book sales benefit the Friends of the Library. Doors open at 10am. All meetings are free and open to the public.
Monday, August 24 @ 5pm
Do you love watching anime or reading manga? Tweens, teens, and young twenty-somethings are invited to the monthly meeting of our anime club, where you can meet others with similar interests. Feel free to wear a costume if you’d like and come "JAAM" with us. Refreshments provided by the Friends of the Main Library St. Augustine.
Thursday, August 20 @ 3pm
Do you love free books and playing B-I-N-G-O? Come on out to the library, make new friends or bring old friends along, and win adult fiction and non-fiction books. Everyone is guaranteed to go home with at least one book. Book prizes are generously donated by the Friends of the Main Library St. Augustine. Everyone is welcome and it's free.
Monday, August 17 @ 1:30pm
Bring your projects -- knit, crochet, needlepoint, or cross stitch and share your love of needlecrafts at the Main Library. This free program is sponsored by the Friends of the Main Library St. Augustine. For more information, contact FOL President, Toni Siriani or contact the library at 827-6940.
Tuesday, August 18 @ 1pm
REGISTRATION REQUIRED. The St. Johns Housing Partnership is holding a free class designed to help families talk about money, manage their money, and build (or rebuild) good credit. This two-hour class includes tracking your money, setting financial goals, spending plans, getting smart about credit, and managing the costs of homeownership. Call 819-1266 to register.